Emerald City Comic-Con 2015, Day One

'Rawr!'

by Daniel Rasmus

7 April 2015

 

The floor of Emerald City Comic-Con was filled with wanna be comic writers and artists. Many proudly displayed their first works, preciously printed, and for sale. The writers and artists sat near displays of their books, looking down at pads and sketching, or talking among themselves. They rarely looked up, and unless initiated by an attendee, didn’t engage in conversation beyond whispers to a friend at the table.

Except, at least in my experience, Hannah McGill. So I’m writing about her book, Rawr!

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